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Thanks to the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) mandate, tablet computers are now in truck cabs — but the potential rewards for fleet operators extend far beyond avoiding a penalty.
Fleets can use the connectivity and computing power in their truck cabs to support applications and use cases that will improve business performance and increase customer satisfaction. Mobile devices can also drive down fleet costs in multiple ways, and with cost per mile averaging $1.38, shaving off a few pennies makes a fleet more competitive.
Here's a look at nine ways to benefit from a connected truck using an ELD package with the rugged Samsung Tab Active2.
#1. Save Money With Optimal Routing
#2. More Efficient Dispatch
#3. Conquer the Last Mile With One Device
#4. Protect Data on Lost or Stolen Equipment
#5. Multi-Purpose S Pen
#6. Enable Real-Time Shipment Notifications
#7. Enable More Proactive Maintenance
#8. Target and Improve Poor Driver Habits
#9. Save Time on Daily DVIRs
Read this infographic to learn the nine ways the connected truck can improve your fleet's performance.